Cover story | March 29, 2015
Of all the MNCs that entered the Indian car market in the last 20 years, only Hyundai has cracked it. But it is still a long way away from catching up with Maruti.
To a degree, Hyundai's position in India is driven by
choice. For Hyundai, India is a part of one of the most enviable market
portfolios in the world. Suzuki, on the other hand, relies on India to
support its global portfolio.
Shah Rukh Khan's association with Hyundai India is an example of successful brand ambassadorship.
Business Today spoke to Naomi Ishii, head of Toyota's India operations, and Shekar Viswanathan, VC of Toyota Kirloskar Motor, about the carmaker's future plans for India.
From the Editor: March 29, 2015
"Were there more things he (Finance Minister Arun Jaitley) could have done, bolder steps he could have taken? Probably," writes Business Today Editor Prosenjit Datta.
Rules of enchantment
A lyrical, inspiring book that aims to re-ignite the spark of passion in the work we do.
Health-care firms turn to new pricing models
Like IT outsourcing firms, medical technology companies are now increasingly being forced to transition to outcome-based revenue models as health-care reimbursements come under increased scrutiny.
Need GST to revamp indirect tax
"Without any clarity on the compliance rules and procedures, it will be
challenging for them (government) to design the compliance framework for GST," writes Satya Poddar.
Revenue shortfall and missed chances
With the continuing downslide of inflation, the central and state
governments may be looking at falling buoyancy of their tax revenues
even in 2015/16, writes DK Srivastava.
Letters to the Editor
Business Today readers give feedback on the magazine's coverage in the March 15, 2015 issue.
Handling workplace dynamics
Top HR executives in Bangalore discuss social media at workplace and whether working from home is a good option.
SpiceJet faces legacy issues amid revival flight
Its problems include two types of aircraft in its fleet, a pile of dues,
a high employee-plane ratio, mounting losses and a brand image that has
been hurt in recent months due to a series of flight cancellations and
Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro is a user's delight
Lenovo's new flagship ultrabook comes with a breakthough design and impossibly-thin dimensions. The convertible-hybrid laptop is also a user's delight.
Why business-politician collusion may end
For years, the politico-business nexus has been creating the impression that there are no takers for India's vast natural resources. Hopefully, this phase is over.
What made news this past fortnight - Dilip Shanghvi became India's richest, China's economic growth and more.
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